The court's action, just hours after the governor called off the election is the latest twist in the only major election scheduled for April after every other state postponed theirs in response to the coronavirus crisis.

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Nabil Hassan, a brave young Yemeni reporter and finalist in the Rory Peck Awards, worked with me on several stories including this one: . Very disturbed to hear that he was shot dead in murky circumstances in Aden a few days ago.

Here's how to keep snoopers out of every facet of your digital life, whether it's video chat or your PC's hard drive.

Peaceful demonstrators defied curfews and remained on the streets of cities for another night of protests across the US. The eighth night of protests saw less violence, fewer police clashes and more acts of civil disobedience.

House plenary debates on the anti-terrorism bill

Pope urges U.S reconciliation, condemns racism and street violence

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that he stood by his decision not to challenge inflammatory posts by Trump, refusing to give ground a day after staff members staged a rare public protest

Pope Francis breaks his silence over George Floyd's death and prays for all those killed by the 'sin of racism'

UK coronavirus live: 21% of people taking lockdown rules 'less strictly' after Cummings row, poll suggests

Cyclones in India are getting more frequent and powerful over the years because of climate change. #CycloneNisarga 

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The House is now tackling HB 6875 or the anti-terrorism bill. Lawmakers are expected to approve this on 3rd and final reading today. | via @maracepeda  LIVE:

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